The Caribbean (from Cuba to Grenada) is made up of many different volcanic islands. Each Caribbean island has its own personality with the only similarities being white sand beaches and magnificent views. With clear waters, tropical breezes and white sand beaches, a yacht charter in the Caribbean will be an unforgettable exciting vacation. There are amazing sailing grounds stretching from Cuba in the North, through the Leeward Islands (Virgin Islands, Antigua, St Martin) and the Windward Islands (Martinique, St Lucia, St Vincent, Grenadines) finishing with Grenada, before the Venezuela.
BVI is an archipelago of over 60 islands, most of which are uninhabited. Boasting incredible white sand beaches and crystal clear waters, the British Virgin Islands have become one of the most popular places for water sports in the world. Indeed, yacht charter in the Virgin Islands enables boaters, divers and sun worshipers to reach the most inaccessible islands.
Saint Martin is an attractive island with different facets that will undoubtedly seduce even the most demanding of you. With many coral reefs, St Martin is a true paradise for those interested in diving in one of the most picturesque scenery in the Caribbean. Yacht charter from St Martin is perfect to sail to St Barts, Anguilla, and also to the Virgin Islands for the more adventurous.
Antigua: Located in the middle of the Leeward islands, Antigua is a bustling island in the heart of the Caribbean. Boasting hundreds of beaches, hidden coves, blue azure waters and by organizing two of the top regattas in the world, Antigua is a top destination for yachters.
The Grenadines: Counting up to 600 islands, The Grenadines boasts a very diverse scenery, however all blessed with white sandy beaches, coral reefs, pristine caves... Yacht charter, Scuba diving, snorkeling are unmissable activities in such cristal clear waters, a way to explore some of its hidden secrets.
The climate of the Caribbean is tropical with local variations, depending on mountain elevation, water currents, and the trade wind. Temperatures are almost always moderate with very little seasonal variation. Temperatures in the Caribbean are not significantly variable as they range from around 28°C (85°F) in July-August to around 24°C (75°F) in January-February.